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Indeed! :D

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hmmm..... It sounds just like something that would be easy to do, considering how many people they hasve managed to get through!
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To be honest, I'd prefer Mark Knight or Paul Valentine.
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I reckon that Mark Knight dressed as Lord Fear presenting the show would be quite amusing.

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Mark Knight wouldn't need the autocue since with the Pool of Veracity.
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I can picture Lissard sitting on a nearby panel next to Ian Hislop (if Lord Fear is presenting)
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And have Sly Hands on Paul Mertons team. An Opposition member of both sides.

If Lord F was presenting then he would insult anything he could.

Anyone fancy writing about it?
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I can certainly imagine MK doing this, yet having the DM as the presenter is something which amuses me also. Perhaps the ought to be on opposing sides, with Lord Fear alongside Ian Hislop, at least they'll have one thing in common, in that they both tend to lose more than they tend to win. ;-)
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Post by Jericho6 »

As I understood it, Lord Fear usually won... :-\
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Post by DazzaS »

or better yet have a weakest link with the actors dressed as the characters- lord fear up against anne robinson, now that could be interesting!
treguard, lord fear, majida, hordriss, motly or sylvester hands, melin or mogdread, cedric (i think thats the name of the monk in seris 1-2).
as long as they were in character, it could be a good laugh
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Jericho 6 wrote: As I understood it, Lord Fear usually won... :-\
Well...yes, I guess I was considering his big master plans. A case of do what you will, consider the consequences once you've failed miserably! (Something which relates to RPGs own Lord Wraith, too!)
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